This European Standard addresses the requirements for clinical aesthetic practice: This covers both surgical and non-surgical medical services to patients to change physical appearance.
This European Standard provides recommendations for procedures for clinical treatment, including the ethical framework and general principles according to which clinical services are provided by all aesthetic practitioners. These recommendations apply before, during and after the procedure.
Dentistry) procedures and reconstructive surgery procedures are excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
Aesthetic non-medical procedures (e.g. tattoos, piercing) which can be legally performed by non-physicians (e.g. beauty therapists, hairdressers) are excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
) as defined in EN ISO 1942
This British Standard Code of Practice gives recommendations for the conduct, management, staffing and operational accountability for the provision of investigative services.
NOTE Additionally, this code of practice may be used by those who wish to purchase investigative services.
Part 2 of EN 16489 specifies the requirements that are essential for the knowledge and skills, competence, and qualification of indoor sun exposure consultants.
Part 3 of EN 16489 defines the requirements for and assessment of the service provision of indoor sun exposure facilities, and will contribute to further strengthen consumer protection and safety with regard to professionally offered indoor tanning services.
Requirements for UV appliances for skin exposure are excluded in this standard, as they fall under the scope of EN 60335-2-27.